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Planning Meeting Details

  • Wednesdays - 11:00am PT, 18:00 UTC
  • Mountain View Offices: Warp Core Conference Room
  • Toronto Offices: Finch Conference Room
  • #planning for backchannel
  • (the developer meeting takes place on Tuesdays)

Video/Teleconference Details - NEW

  • 650-903-0800 or 650-215-1282 x92 Conf# 99696 (US/INTL)
  • 1-800-707-2533 (pin 369) Conf# 99696 (US)
  • Vidyo Room: ProductCoordination
  • Vidyo Guest URL
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Actions from Last Week

Schedule & Progress on Upcoming Releases

Firefox Desktop

Current Releases

Beta (57)

  • FF23.0b6 Desktop shipped yesterday, b7 going to build tomorrow with new lion scrollbar fixes
    • reminder: for week 1, week6: one desktop+mobile beta per week. For week2-5: two desktop betas and one mobile beta per week.

Aurora (54)

Nightly (58)

Firefox Metro

  • Iteration #10 finished on Friday on July 12.
    • Team completed 75 story points across 30 features which resulted in an increased average team velocity of 57 story points per iteration.
    • Increase in average team velocity caused the Forecasted Date to Completion of Development to contract by 1 iteration to November 25.
    • QA achieved 100% coverage on the Iteration #1 - #9 regression testing.
  • Iteration #11 runs from July 15, 2013 - July 26, 2013

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Firefox Mobile

Current Releases

Beta (57)

Aurora (54)

Nightly (58)

  • We are getting super close to turning SkiaGL ON for Android (one last bug)
  • Guest Mode has a WIP patch (bug 871863) and a nice design on the project page
  • First part of the Search/Add-on work for Settings landed (bug 892094). It moves the basic Search Engine list into the Settings.

Developer Tools

Feedback Summary



UX & User Research

no update; madhava unable to attend

Market Insights from the Product Marketing Strategy Team


Marketing, Press & Public Reaction


"It has been found that when compared to Mozilla Firefox users, Google Chrome users are more likely to proceed to said website in spite of being warned that it could be dangerous for their computer." - Tyler Lee, Ubergizmo

Questions, Comments, FYI

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